Guidebook for Fort Worth

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Guidebook for Fort Worth

Sightseeing

Rich in the city's oldest history, food, shopping and entertainment plus lots of free parking!
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Fort Worth Stockyards
130 E Exchange Ave
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Rich in the city's oldest history, food, shopping and entertainment plus lots of free parking!
For three decades, the Main Street establishment offered some of the finest gambling and food in the Wild West, as well as a few shootouts to remember.
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White Elephant Saloon
106 East Exchange Avenue
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For three decades, the Main Street establishment offered some of the finest gambling and food in the Wild West, as well as a few shootouts to remember.
Built in 1974, the Water Gardens feature three pools set amid a sprawling 4.3-acre park. The largest of these water features, the "active pool" is a 38-foot-tall terraced area that is used by waders as steps while the water flows across the stone and into a central pool. The "aerating pool" is a collection of fountains that sits beneath the shade of towering oak trees, especially beautiful at night when it is lit up.
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Fort Worth Water Gardens
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Built in 1974, the Water Gardens feature three pools set amid a sprawling 4.3-acre park. The largest of these water features, the "active pool" is a 38-foot-tall terraced area that is used by waders as steps while the water flows across the stone and into a central pool. The "aerating pool" is a collection of fountains that sits beneath the shade of towering oak trees, especially beautiful at night when it is lit up.
Established in 1909, Fort Worth Zoo got off to a humble start with just a handful of animals, but over the years, it has grown into a world-class facility. Today, visitors come from far and wide to view its many hundreds of species from around the world, including 68 endangered and threatened species. It's also famous for being the only zoo in the United States that houses all four species of Great Ape (chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, and orangutans).
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Fort Worth Zoo
1989 Colonial Parkway
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Established in 1909, Fort Worth Zoo got off to a humble start with just a handful of animals, but over the years, it has grown into a world-class facility. Today, visitors come from far and wide to view its many hundreds of species from around the world, including 68 endangered and threatened species. It's also famous for being the only zoo in the United States that houses all four species of Great Ape (chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, and orangutans).
Established in 1961 to host a collection of artwork by Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell, the Amon Carter Museum has expanded considerably over the decades to encompass all facets of American art. Today, visitors can see numerous paintings, photos, and sculptures, along with excellent temporary exhibits. Highlights include examples by landscape painters of the 1830s to modern artists of the 20th century, featuring such greats as Alexander Calder, Thomas Eakins, and Alfred Stieglitz.
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Amon Carter Museum of American Art
3501 Camp Bowie Boulevard
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Established in 1961 to host a collection of artwork by Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell, the Amon Carter Museum has expanded considerably over the decades to encompass all facets of American art. Today, visitors can see numerous paintings, photos, and sculptures, along with excellent temporary exhibits. Highlights include examples by landscape painters of the 1830s to modern artists of the 20th century, featuring such greats as Alexander Calder, Thomas Eakins, and Alfred Stieglitz.
One of the city's most popular tourist attractions, Fort Worth Botanic Garden is spread over 109 acres and is a great place to visit any time of year. Established in 1934 and the oldest such facility in Texas, it is home to 2,500 species of plants laid out in 23 unique gardens. Highlights include the Fragrance Garden, the Rose Garden, and the Rain Forest Conservatory.
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Fort Worth Botanic Garden
3220 Botanic Garden Boulevard
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One of the city's most popular tourist attractions, Fort Worth Botanic Garden is spread over 109 acres and is a great place to visit any time of year. Established in 1934 and the oldest such facility in Texas, it is home to 2,500 species of plants laid out in 23 unique gardens. Highlights include the Fragrance Garden, the Rose Garden, and the Rain Forest Conservatory.
One of Fort Worth's most popular destinations for visitors and locals alike is Sundance Square, a privately owned, 35-block section of the historic downtown core that is full of fun things to do. Consisting of a mix of residential, commercial, retail, and entertainment buildings and named after the infamous outlaw, the Sundance Kid, the area is safe and fun to explore on foot thanks to its many pedestrian zones.
Sundance Square Plaza
One of Fort Worth's most popular destinations for visitors and locals alike is Sundance Square, a privately owned, 35-block section of the historic downtown core that is full of fun things to do. Consisting of a mix of residential, commercial, retail, and entertainment buildings and named after the infamous outlaw, the Sundance Kid, the area is safe and fun to explore on foot thanks to its many pedestrian zones.
Fort Worth's Log Cabin Village is a fascinating living history museum featuring a number of original 1800s buildings salvaged and moved to this location from across the state. Furnished with authentic artifacts and each fashioned in a unique theme, these fine old buildings include a water-powered gristmill, a one-room schoolhouse, a blacksmith shop, and several old log homes.
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Log Cabin Village
2100 Log Cabin Village Lane
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Fort Worth's Log Cabin Village is a fascinating living history museum featuring a number of original 1800s buildings salvaged and moved to this location from across the state. Furnished with authentic artifacts and each fashioned in a unique theme, these fine old buildings include a water-powered gristmill, a one-room schoolhouse, a blacksmith shop, and several old log homes.
Widely regarded as one of the best theaters in Texas (if not the US), the Bass Performance Hall – usually simply referred to as Bass Hall – opened in 1998 and is well worth a visit. Built in a distinctly European style, this majestic limestone opera house in Fort Worth's Sundance Square district was named after the donors who largely financed its construction and has since become the city's most iconic structure.
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Bass Performance Hall
525 Commerce Street
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Widely regarded as one of the best theaters in Texas (if not the US), the Bass Performance Hall – usually simply referred to as Bass Hall – opened in 1998 and is well worth a visit. Built in a distinctly European style, this majestic limestone opera house in Fort Worth's Sundance Square district was named after the donors who largely financed its construction and has since become the city's most iconic structure.
Bring your boots for the best boot scootin boogie in town or just grab some sweet tea and a burger to enjoy the live music. You can also mosey over to see some live bull riding most Saturday nites.
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Billy Bob's Texas
2520 Rodeo Plaza
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Bring your boots for the best boot scootin boogie in town or just grab some sweet tea and a burger to enjoy the live music. You can also mosey over to see some live bull riding most Saturday nites.

Food scene

Heavens to Betsy it's the best steak house in town!
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Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse
812 Main Street
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Heavens to Betsy it's the best steak house in town!
Joe T. Garcia’s Mexican Restaurant has been a Fort Worth staple since 1935. Founded by Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Garcia, the restaurant has been in the family ever since. Signs of a rich family history can be found throughout the restaurant and our famous patio.
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Joe T. Garcia's
2201 North Commerce Street
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Joe T. Garcia’s Mexican Restaurant has been a Fort Worth staple since 1935. Founded by Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Garcia, the restaurant has been in the family ever since. Signs of a rich family history can be found throughout the restaurant and our famous patio.
Tough to recommend the best but if you don't fancy this one there are several more to choose from!
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Railhead Smokehouse
2900 Montgomery Street
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Tough to recommend the best but if you don't fancy this one there are several more to choose from!
From clothing to food with a modern flair to Fort Worth's southern charm
WestBend
1701 River Run
From clothing to food with a modern flair to Fort Worth's southern charm
The "salad" bar alone is a meal in itself but it's a must to order the full course meal for the full experience of the variety of meat.
Texas de Brazil
101 N Houston St
The "salad" bar alone is a meal in itself but it's a must to order the full course meal for the full experience of the variety of meat.